A finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, M. Glenn Taylor’s debut novel tells the harrowing tale of West Virginia’s own Trenchmouth Taggart.
Trenchmouth - so named thanks to an unfortunate oral affliction from his childhood - has lived 108 years, and he’s being profiled for a local paper. During his interview, he bends the reporter’s ear with a personal history full of sex and violence that epitomizes the 20th-century American experience.
©2008 West Virginia University Press (P)2010 Recorded Books
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